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Wisconsin CDL Practice Test: HazMat - Test 3 2019

(From the 2019 Wisconsin CDL Handbook)
Number of tests: 3
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 80

Directions: To obtain this endorsement for hauIing hazardous materials, applicants must pass a 20-question test. Before taking the test, applicants must pass a Transportation Security Administration background check. And to pass the test, applicants must score at least 80%. Test questions are from the Wisconsin Commercial Driver Handbook. The Hazardous Materials endorsement can be used with the Class A, B, or C CDL. If you need additional information, please contact your local DMV office. You can find your nearest DMV office at Wisconsin DMV locations.

You have made 2 errors so far.
1. If while driving a bus you see a drawbridge, stop ____ ft. before it. This is the recommended safe distance.
  • Detour ahead.

  • No left turn.

  • No U-turn.

  • No stopping.

2. Passive crossings typically have?
  • Stop as long as the red lights are flashing.

  • Slow to 25 MPH and pass cautiously.

  • Stop, then proceed when you think all of the children have exited the bus.

3. If your bus is equipped with ABS, during an emergency situation, you should _______.
  • Allow a following distance of at least 4 motorcycle lengths

  • Allow at least 2 seconds of following distance

  • Allow at least 4 seconds of following distance

  • Allow a following distance of at least 2 car lengths

4. While driving in high winds, you need to ________.
  • Your coordination.

  • All of these.

  • Your vision.

  • Your judgment.

5. During an emergency, remember that you can possibly evacuate through _______.
  • Only a blood alcohol level greater than the legal limit

  • Even the smallest amount of alcohol

  • Alcohol does not

  • Only a blood alcohol level greater than .05

6. If the outside right side flat mirror is adjusted properly, you be able to see ________ behind the bus.
  • Frequent rest stops

  • Staring at the roadway for long periods of time

  • Too much sleep the night before your trip

  • Short trips on expressways